Answered By: Stuart Gibbs
Last Updated: Aug 24, 2016     Views: 19

Located in Irwin Library Room 006, this innovative technology offers a way to create videos that compliment online or hybrid learning models as well as the “flipped” classroom model. It consists of a glass surface that works like a white board that is positioned between the instructor and the camera.

This set up allows the instructor to face the camera while also writing on the transparent surface. Instructors can then illustrate complex concepts, formulas, diagrams or processes. It’s also possible to integrate a PowerPoint on the Lightboard for annotation. This form of content presentation allows students the opportunity to review information as needed for understanding.

Currently the Marjorie Rork Lightboard Studio is undergoing a Pilot semester for the Fall of 2016.  

For more information please consult https://blogs.butler.edu/lightboard/.  Please contact Heather Hazelwood (hhazelwo@butler.edu) or Jeana Rogers (jcroger1@butler.edu) with any questions you may have.  

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